The conversion of the whole Welsh bus fleet to zero-emission cars by 2035, according to bus firms, will demand a national finance program. In contrast to England and Scotland, Wales lacks a government-run fund to assist businesses with the costs of green vehicles and infrastructure. Even while Newport and Cardiff have taken significant moves toward installing electric buses, they remain unusual for the time being. According to the Welsh government, they will work on a financial strategy that will begin this year. Newport Transport launched the country’s first electric bus fleet in 2020, bringing the total number of electric buses to 16, with another 16 scheduled to arrive in March. This year, it intends to convert half of its 100-strong fleet to electric. These are, however, Wales’ only two substantial ZE fleets. According to a spokeswoman for the Welsh government: “Over the next year, we will work with the public sector to create a funding scheme to support the transition to electric buses.”